Even so the program does not substitute a professional editor, this free software will save you a lot of editing costs if you pay your editor by the hour. And it can help you to improve your writing – tremendously.
“It finds all the sticky sentences, all the repetitive word use errors, all the instances of was, had, could, should, would, and that….that need to be reconsidered or removed from your manuscript.
It does not editing for me, but it is teaching me to look at my own material like an editor.”
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